What: A thought-provoking screening of two new Canadian seafood documentaries – Bluefin, which explores the mystery of why bluefin tuna no longer fear humans, and Hand.Line.Cod, which follows traditional fishers who catch cod live by hand, by hook and line, one at a time. Followed by a Q&A with an expert panel.
Where: Vancouver Aquarium – 845 Avison Way, Vancouver
When: Monday, November 21, doors at 6:30 pm, starts at 7 pm
What: Join Maria Alyokhina (Masha) and Alexandra Bogino (Sasha) of infamous Russian feminist punk rock protest group Pussy Riot, in a conversation covering politics, art, feminism, LGBTQ issues, and prisoners’ rights.
Where: Rickshaw Theatre – 254 E. Hastings, Vancouver
What: This edition of the BFF Club Comedy Night is offering you the laugh you need after all the turmoil down south. As always the show will be hosted by Jenny Toews, Brad Dorion and Stefan MacNeil, with a lineup of hand-selected comedians.
Where: Yagger’s Downtown Restaurant and Sports Bar – 433 West Pender Street, Vancouver
When: Monday, November 21, doors at 7 pm, show at 8 pm
What: Canadian electronic stars A Tribe Called Red’s first show in Vancouver last Friday sold out, so here’s your second chance. The band has been on a steady rise since winning the 2014 Juno Award for Breakthrough Group of the Year and their latest album We Are the Halluci Nation is a hit with critics and fans.
Where: Commodore Ballroom – 868 Granville St, Vancouver